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By Shawn Adam 05 Jan, 2017
Trane TruComfort variable speed systems provide the ultimate in comfort and energy savings. Instead of cycling on and off at full capacity like conventional systems, Trane TruComfort systems run at the lowest speed needed for the current weather conditions, helping homeowners save energy and money. See how it works!
By Shawn Adam 15 Dec, 2016
My heating bill is what?! Please tell me that’s a phone number and not how much I owe… With the kids at college, their rooms sit unused. Can I save on my heating bill by closing the vents?
By Shawn Adam 03 Dec, 2016
Ideal for warmer climates, a heat pump is an efficient choice when you want mostly cool air and then heated air only on occasion. Lennox® heat pumps can also be combined with a gas furnace for ultimate comfort and energy savings.
By Shawn Adam 02 Dec, 2016
A hot water heater is generally not a piece of household mechanics to which you give much thought. However, when it breaks or malfunctions, you will wish you had taken the time to go over this handy list of preservation tips. Here are 5 things you should check regularly to keep this unsung hero of household comfort running well.
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By Shawn Adam 05 Jan, 2017
Trane TruComfort variable speed systems provide the ultimate in comfort and energy savings. Instead of cycling on and off at full capacity like conventional systems, Trane TruComfort systems run at the lowest speed needed for the current weather conditions, helping homeowners save energy and money. See how it works!
By Shawn Adam 01 Dec, 2016
With new building codes in place, most homes built after 1979 are better insulated and much more tightly sealed. This helps reduce the amount of energy used to keep the home comfortable, but it also traps humidity and allergens in the home. 
By Shawn Adam 15 Nov, 2016
  • The furnace is a major part of a split or hybrid system. The furnace creates warm air to heat the home. 

  • The furnace can also work in conjunction with a condenser or heat pump to circulate cool air throughout the home. 

  • The furnace is comprised of a blower to circulate air, a gas valve and heat exchanger to heat the air. 

  • If combined with an air conditioner or heat pump, a coil is attached to the furnace.

  • According to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), "Reducing your heating energy use is the single more effective way to save money and reduce your home's contribution to global environmental problems.

  • Recent technology advances have given us two and three-stage furnaces using variable-speed blowers, which can improve comfort within the home and further reduces energy consumption.
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